After resigning as the World Bank president, Jim Yong Kim has announced that he will join investment firm, Global Infrastructure Partners (GIP), chaired by Nigerian investment guru, Adebayo Ogunlesi. Shortly after tendering his resignation, there were talks that the former World Bank leader was in discussions to join the global private equity firm based in the United States. Reuters reports that the said discussions between the two began about six weeks ago at the G20 summit in Buenos Aires. Former World Bank boss, Jim Yong Kim. Pic credit: Washington TimesThe World Bank chief resigned three years ahead of schedule and indicated that he will join a firm involved in infrastructure investment.
Source: The North Africa Journal January 10, 2019 18:00 UTC